I like to look through blogs, online galleries, and our Facebook page to find pages, cards, and all sorts of projects to pin to Pinterest. Most of these are projects that you've brought to our attention. In other words, you have shared them on our FB wall, linked them to our blog, or emailed them to me.
I never cease to be amazed at the beautiful things I see on a daily basis. And on "I Spy With MME" days I like to share these finds with you. Would you like to be featured? Then share your work!!!
Here is what caught my eye this month...
Jennifer Grace shared this gorgeous Winter Girl Cabochon pendant on her blog, Jennifer's Jumbles. There is also a great tutorial there. I love the inventive way that she used All is Bright...and how darling is this sweet necklace?
This Christmas card by Nina B. Designs brought a huge smile to my face. I adore the non-traditional color scheme, the layering and the stitching. Nina uses an older line, Be Merry, proving that MME products are timeless!
I found this page by Carol Monson on Two Peas in a Bucket. Every single thing about it is just plain cool. Carol uses Indie Chic beautifully. I love the layering, circle theme, and pretty scattering of embellishments.
Gina Rodgers shared this on our FB page. I adore her use of The Sweetest Thing. Especially the way that she incorporated the packaging right into her layout. I could look at this layout forever...so many sweet details.
I am a big fan of Emily Spahn and her classic designs, and this page is no exception. I especially like the way she used our designer tapes to tack these precious photos down. She rocks The Sweetest Thing here and I couldn't love it more.
This card by Evgenia Petzer has a lovely,ethereal quality that caught my eye right away. Follow Your Heart takes center stage here. The hexagon motif is current but Evgenia uses it without it looking trendy. This card is timeless.
I fell in love with this layout by Linda Eggleton the moment I saw it. Linda should place it in a frame, as it's a complete work of art. I adore the layering, beautiful textures, and the lovely combination of patterns and colors. The best part? Linda created a beautiful tribute to "her boys" without using a traditionally male color palette. The colors she's chosen from The Sweetest Thing line are just perfect.
That's it for this month. Am I right that MME fans are the most talented crafters out there? I know I'm right. :)